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As we continue to make enhancements to the site we will post updates about the changes here.

Lately we have added:

  • New Rally Calendar (04/04/2017)
    The rally calendar has been updated to be more like a real calendar, you still have the option to view the listing the old way if you would like to though.
    Click here to try the new rally calendar!
  • New Sidebar Search (03/26/2017)
    If you are on desktop/tablet you will notice there is now a search box at the top of the right menu.
  • Updated Campground/Repair Search (03/15/2017)
    To help you to find repairs we have added this ability to the campground search.
    Click here to try the new search!

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Always follow state laws, local ordinances and community association restrictions pertaining to motorhome parking. This applies even if you park your motorhome near your residence, temporarily (e.g. overnight) only to load and unload it.

Parking regulations vary, and often change. Contact your city clerk, township manager or neighborhood association to find out about the regulations specific to your area.

Here are suggested guidelines for parking on a residential lot:

  • When possible, park on the side of the home, behind the front building line, at a reasonable distance from your neighbor's property.RV parking: screening the motorhome with shrubs or landscaping
  • If the aforementioned requirement cannot be met, park as far from the street as possible to reduce sight obstructions or intrusions into the scenery of the neighborhood.
  • It’s preferred that the motorhome be parked on a solid surface, or at least on crushed stone with a weed repellant applied underneath.
  • Screen the motorhome with fencing or landscaping.
  • Garages constructed to “hide” the motorhome can become more of an intrusion in the neighborhood than parking the coach outside. A garage also can be expensive to build.
  • Older towns, especially those along coastal fronts, might not have sufficient space on platted lots for parking an RV. In these instances, park the motorhome on the street, if permitted by law, or on your land in the least intrusive manner possible.

Never park in a manner that poses a risk to the public safety, health or welfare.

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